You’re dressed (well, half dressed) in a suspender belt that reaches down to hold your thigh high stockings, trimmed in floral laced elastic. These black, silky stockings subtly stretch down towards your stiletto heels. Your boobage clusters together in a corset, like two perfectly smooth round eggs. Your blossoming boobs are perfectly accentuated by a corset-induced waist. Whisk on a pair of elbow length satin gloves, throw in a feather boa, mix in some music and you’ll be baking for two in no time.
I tend not to make new years’ resolutions, as most of the time, they’re a waste of time. I recently went to a girlfriend’s hen’s night where a burlesque dance lesson was a mandatory requirement, and decided that this coming year is the year to introduce something new to my wondrous world of wanderlust! It’s not a New Year’s resolution as such, but rather something that I have found to be a catching concept.
Burlesque is an art form just like other types of dancing. Just ask your other half, he’ll agree. Not only did I have so much fun with the same sex learning, but having applied my new learned skills at home with the opposite sex, it’s agreed; ‘Whatever that is, bring back more!’
Burlesque makes the most of your curves, and it will be appreciated I promise. But like everything, preparation is key and so here are just a couple of tips. When surprising your man with burlesque, it is important to avoid bodies but rather go for two pieces, such as a bra and brief set as these are more ‘elegantly’ removed, avoiding any awkward moves …. BUT if a body is a must, then slowly remove the gloves, stockings and shoes, and let him do the rest! By the way, you could also include a little mask to add to the appeal such as the Saphir Mask. If you’re really daring, leave the mask on …
by Philippa Morton